Cartagena is a port city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, it is also called the pearl of the Caribbean, the same one that resisted attacks from everyone who wanted it for themselves, with the rigidity of its San Felipe's Castle and the courage of its inhabitants, It is solemnly called "La Heroica" and has been the birthplace of personalities that have made the Caribbean character an example for Colombia and the world.
Currently "the walled city" is the fifth largest city in terms of population in Colombia and contributes significantly to the national economy, given its status as an important port on the Atlantic Ocean. With a weather that fluctuates warm to hot all year round, it is home and a meeting place for visitors of all nationalities.
This fantastic destination keeps the secrets of history in its walled city, on its balconies and on its narrow stone paths that inspired Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Cartagena is not only history, it is also the scene of a vibrant present, which is manifested in important world-class events, which position the Cartagena of today before the world.